Tag: Anime

  • 6 More Tabletop RPGs for Anime Fans

    I’m about due for one of these Anime & RPG recommendation videos, so it’s time for another.

  • Millionaire Detective: Balance Unlimited: Anime Review

    Millionaire Detective: Balance Unlimited is the anime series about a co-protagonist who buy anything except a break for their show. It’s a show that came out the year that officers

  • Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater: Anime Review

    I love anime that are somewhat educational about something. While Hajime No Ippo has a very over-the-top depiction of boxing, I felt like I came away from it with a

  • Fruits Basket Season 2 Anime Review

    Season 1 of Fruits Basket stopped at about the same place that the previous adaptation of the show had done – after Tohru had seen Kyo’s true form for the

  • How Do You Hide a Debt Crisis from Shareholders?

    It’s interesting how different aspects of geekdom’s failure to interact can lead to people grabbing into smaller parts of a larger, more interesting picture. (Note – this started as a

  • My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! (HameFura) Anime Review

    This past season of anime started with me having about 6-7 different series I was planning to watch… and then COVID-19 hit and with postponements, that number dropped down to

  • The Big O: Anime Review

    I have some significant gaps in the classics of Toonami. I watched most (though not quite all) of Gundam Wing when it first aired. Same with Outlaw Star, and a

  • My Hero Academia Season 4: Anime Review

    The gravity of pro hero work has always been kind of been in the background throughout the past few seasons of My Hero Academia. However, Season 4 of the show

  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199: Anime Review

    After completing Super Robot Wars V a year or so ago, I decided I wanted to watch some of the anime series from that show, particularly before moving on to

  • ID: Invaded – Anime Review

    If I was going to describe ID: Invaded to someone in an elevator, it would be Inception crossed with Criminal Minds. It’s probably the closest I’ve come to a more

  • The three members of the Eizouken.

    Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken: Anime Review

    Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken is, I think, the perfect counterpoint to Shirobako. Shirobako was a show about the business and the process of making anime. It’s about what goes

  • The members of Special 7

    Special 7: Anime Review

    Special 7 is the last of the big anime series I’d watched in the Fall 2019 season that finished that season – Azur Lane was delayed, Blade of the Immortal,

  • The main cast of We Never Learn - Yuuki and his romantic interests.

    We Never Learn Season 2: Anime Review

    The first season of We Never Learn ended with an announcement for a second season. With the manga being based around college preparation and studying for that, I did definitely

  • Thorfinn attacking Askeladd with his knives in Vinland Saga

    Vinland Saga: Anime Review

    2019 wrapped up with an anime series that put itself on my list of anime to recommend to non-anime fans. That anime was Vinland Saga – and even better, it

  • Juzo from "No Guns Life"

    No Guns Life Season 1: Anime Review

    It’s kind of been a while since we got a major cyberpunk anime that was outside of the general orbit of Masamune Shirow. Season 2 of SAO, from the description

  • The three protagonists of After School Dice Club - Midori, Aya, and Miki.

    After School Dice Club: Anime Review

    Well, the Fall 2019 anime season has (as of when this goes live) wrapped up, so it’s time to start giving thoughts on some of the anime from the tail

  • My 10 Favorite Anime of the 2010s

    Well, we have come to the end of the 2010s, a decade where I actually was much more on top of watching new anime each season – more or less

  • 5 Favorite Anime of 2019

    Well, another year come and gone, so it’s time for me to give some thoughts on my favorite shows of 2019 that I’ve seen. The keyword here is that I’ve

  • From Left, Iida, Ochako, Midorya, Bakugo, Todoroki - in their hero outfits on I-Island.

    My Hero Academia – Two Heroes: Anime Review

    When it comes to anime films that tie-in to ongoing shonen series, generally they tend to not be canonical – and basically exist to show a whole bunch of additional

  • Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Anime Review

    After this past year’s horrific fire at Kyoto Animation, I found myself looking at all the animated series that Kyoto Animation had done in the past, and found that I

  • Penguin Highway: Anime Review

    At Kumoricon 2019, I had the good fortune of getting into a screening of the anime film Penguin Highway. It is an anime film of a variety that doesn’t come

  • Key Art banner for season one of "What the Hell Are You Doing Here, Teacher?"

    What the Hell Are You Doing Here, Teacher?: Anime Review

    When it comes to concepts related to fanservice in anime, there are some that are very hard to do well. One of them, probably the biggest one of them, is

  • From Left - Ultra Seven, Ultraman, and Ultraman Ace from Season 1 of Ultraman

    Ultraman Season 1: Anime Review

    This past year or so we had a fair number of anime series paying tribute to classic Tokusatsu series from Tsuburya Productions. The most high profile of these was S.S.S.S.

  • Funimation's header art for the series, focusing on the first half.

    Yu-No (2019): Anime Review

    There are some anime with a strong first half, and then which utterly shits the bed in the second half of the show. Yu-No, an anime series based off of